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    Default Leave Sprint, and to which carrier

    Spint plan, 450 anytime minutes, unlimited data, with Iphone 4 so 3g speeds. Use 250 minutes and only once went over 1gig of data. With taxes $82 a month

    Options:

    Go to Cspire, $50 prepaid, 500 anytime minutes, 5 gig data, and get a phone, may have to go with not the newest model.

    Tmobile has 2 options
    1) I can do a postpaid, $50 plan, and get an HTC One, and I think with the monthly phone payment, I will still be around $82 a month, but a new phone and Tmobile has faster speeds for 4 g
    or
    2) I can do their $30 plan prepaid and I think I can buy 1000 minutes for $100 which makes my monthly costs around $40 a month,no taxes, and I may have to get an older model, or mid tier phone

    Id consider Virgin or Boost, or Cricket also

    Any suggestions?
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    Default Re: Leave Sprint, and to which carrier

    If you want the m8,might suggest Verizon loyalty $50 plan with 1gb data and unlimited talk and text. You can get the m8 for $100 on contract now.

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    Are you trying to get the best value or the cheapest or the highest incremental gain on a value curve?
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    Default Re: Leave Sprint, and to which carrier

    Darth. Both ways. I want to save money. I can reup with sprint and get a new HTC for 200. I can go with t mobile and with their payment plan on the phone save $6 a month with faster speeds but 1 gig or so data. The $50 plan. Cspire has a 50 prepaid but I'd have to get an older phone but don't know coverage or speeds
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    Default Re: Leave Sprint, and to which carrier

    Have you looked into the BYOP with Ting?
    Although Ting runs on the Sprint network, you can tailor your specific needs in minutes, texts, and data.
    My contract with Sprint ends in Dec and have the LG Optimus G and have no qualms with the phone and will mostly likely go with Ting and my bill will be about $50 total as opposed to $91.
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    Default Re: Leave Sprint, and to which carrier

    I went TMobile. HTC One M8 on the extended pay. $50 a month gets my unlimited texts and calls and 1 gig data at 4g and then I get throttled. I have only once gone over 1 gig in a month so I wont know how the throttle looks until it happens. I can pay $60 and get 3 gig data which will be $12 a month cheaper and taxes, so like $15 a month cheaper and that can go to the cost of my phone. I can always be more aware and try to use Wifi when I can
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    I say get a cheap GSM unlocked phone and check out cricket! The Moto G and Moto X are both great devices!
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